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Today โ€” December 13th 2018FoxNews Health

Boy with terminal brain tumor receives thousands of Christmas cards, trip to Fiesta Bowl

By Alexandria Hein

An 8-year-old boy’s mailbox has been filled with Christmas letters, including one from the White House, after a push for holiday cheer went viral.

Ex-NFL cheerleader diagnoses own rare condition after symptoms dismissed

By Alexandria Hein

A former NFL cheerleader is urging others to be vigilant about their health after she claims her chest pain and shortness of breath was repeatedly dismissed as anxiety.

Risk of breast cancer may increase after giving birth, study says

By Madeline Farber

A woman’s risk of developing breast cancer may increase after giving birth, a new study published in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine this week states.

Yesterday โ€” December 12th 2018FoxNews Health

Certain Kotex tampons recalled following reports they unravel, come apart inside body

By Madeline Farber

A certain type of Kotex tampons has been voluntarily recalled by Kimberly-Clark after the company received reports that the feminine hygiene product was unraveling or coming apart inside some users’ bodies.

Model awarded $125G after she unknowingly became face of HIV

By Julia Marsh

A Brooklyn model has been awarded $125,000 after she unwittingly became the face of HIV when a state agency used her stock photo in an ad campaign.

This woman almost died from a blood clot at 38

By Jill Schildhouse

An undiagnosed genetic mutation combined with birth control pills created the perfect storm for a limb-threatening deep vein thrombosis (DVT).

Photos capture heartwarming moment blind boy meets Santa, reindeer

By Alexandria Hein

A Texas mother’s post about the “Best Santa ever” has gone viral after she shared moving photos of her 6-year-old son, who is blind and autistic, touching Santa’s face and feeling his suit as they shared a special moment.

Health experts offer solutions for unintended consequences of opioid crackdown

By Elizabeth Llorente

The most urgently needed first step to addressing the misunderstandings about Centers for Disease and Prevention opioid prescribing guidelines, many clinicians and health experts say, is for the agency to clarify – in a high-profile way-- what the guidelines were meant, and not meant, to do.

Michigan State Police escort home girl with life-threatening disease

By Elizabeth Zwirz

A 6-year-old girl in Michigan got “a very special escort home” upon her release from a months-long hospital stay, police revealed Tuesday.

Before yesterdayFoxNews Health

Young girl wakes up from two-week coma: 'Our Christmas miracle is happening'

By Caleb Parke

The family of a Florida teen with Cystic Fibrosis was shocked and amazed after their 17-year-old daughter unexpectedly woke up from a two-week coma last week, but say prayer is still needed.

Woman had left breast removed after contracting sepsis in implant

By Alexandria Hein

A waitress in Nevada has undergone her fourth reconstructive surgery in two years after she developed sepsis in her left breast implant and had to have it removed in order to save her life.

Jimmy Dean sausage recalled over potential metal contamination

By Madeline Farber

More than 29,000 pounds of certain Jimmy Dean sausage products were recalled following reports they possibly contained pieces of metal.

Doctors caught between struggling opioid patients and crackdown on prescriptions

By Elizabeth Llorente

Doctors are opting to stop prescribing legal opioids – even to people who are left bedridden without them -- as insurers, pharmacies, state medical boards and state and federal law enforcement authorities warn them about overstepping federal opioid prescribing guidelines (issued in 2016 by the Centers for Disease Control) and the regulatory or third-party limits that followed on the number of pills and daily dosage they can give patients. Some have stopped prescribing opioids after being faced with losing their medical license or getting arrested.

Terminally ill mom dies week after dream wedding

By Emilia Bruce-Watt

A terminally-ill mother has died just days after friends organized her dream wedding in just 36 hours.

Surgeons separate 3-day-old conjoined twins in 5-hour operation

By Dinesh Dubey

Surgeons in India posed for a celebratory selfie after successfully separating 3-day-old conjoined twins in a painstaking operation.

As doctors taper or end opioid prescriptions, many patients driven to despair, suicide

By Elizabeth Llorente

Doctors and medical establishments are sharply reducing doses of – or altogether no long prescribing -- pain medications, leaving many among the estimated 20 million Americans who suffer from daily debilitating chronic pain to consider ending their lives, and many others to kill themselves.

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